Wyatt Pike finally expressed his thoughts in his surprising and unexpected exit from “American Idol”-he is starting the party line.
Since self is frustrated for the fans of the “20-year-old Utah Kid”, he should not expect much relief from his first official statement.
“Due to personal reasons, I had to withdraw from the @AmericanIdol competition, but I am very grateful to be able to play music for the rest of my life,” Pike posted on Instagram on Wednesday. “Hello everyone, good luck to you!”
This vague announcement almost frustrated the show’s representative when he told The Post earlier this week that Parker resigned before announcing the top twelve.
“Wyatt is unable to move on due to personal reasons, and we cannot comment further,”
However, Parker’s representative declined to comment because of social media rumors that he violated COVID-19 restrictions and could fly home like a digital wildfire.
After the young performer stopped, he left mysteriously: In a pre-recorded performance on Sunday, Parker was full of confidence in Kings of Leon’s 2008 hit single “Use Somebody”, which made The panel of judges was shocked.
“Before I get the result, I must tell you that finalist Wyatt Pike will not participate in the competition,” 46-year-old host Ryan Seacrest announced in the first live performance this Monday without a ceremony. “He must drop out-but we wish him all the best, okay?”
After Pike’s final performance, the 71-year-old judge Lionel Richie predicted that the young singer was heading for “big things.” At the same time, Katy Perry, 36, even declared that Pike is “a true singer and writer.” I think no matter what happens-that’s it. “
In the end, Luke Bryan was out on Monday due to some kind of positive COVID-19 test, and OG “AI” judge Paula Abdul filled it in for him – It seems a bit prescient now.
“I remember one of the coolest things in history was the day when I realized I could always make music under any circumstances,” Bryan, 44, told Pike. “I tell you, Wyatt, you will be able to make music for the rest of your life.”
Parker seemed to have taken Brian’s words to heart.
In Insta’s recent post, he did bring a trailer of hope for enthusiastic supporters: “Thank you for your support… Please work hard for new music!”